So, I’ve been in a bit of blog-slump lately and haven’t kept up very well on my writing. I’m still mulling around in my head exactly how I want to finish out my series of posts on education without turning it into something unwieldy and even more uninteresting than it already may be.
So, in lieu of a more substantive epistle, I offer you this–a quote from Margery Williams’ The Velveteen Rabbit that has hung in every classroom I’ve ever had. It pretty much sums up my beliefs about a life dedicated to real teaching. When I started out, my only goal was to become a REAL teacher, and over my career as a teacher and a student, I have been blessed by the guidance of a host of REAL teachers who shaped my life in wonderful ways.